i have a 2003 toyota camry and no matter how many times i clean the inside windshield, every time i run the AC the windshield gets streaky and hard to see through

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Asked by Aug 24, 2014 at 06:30 PM about the Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Change the cabin air filter if that has not been done in a year or more.

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Yep cabin filter is a good idea. You could also try a cleaner called SprayWay worlds best glass cleaner. I have used this product for years, if applied correctly it even prevents fogging, and here in the Pacific Northwest window fogging can be a problem when it starts raining.

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i've had the cabin air filter changed about 6 months ago

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The only thing come,s to mind is,your blower box is not draining right,meaning there is water in the box,either from heater core leak,or drain stopped up.Causing water vapor,on your windshield.

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thanks to all of you - i appreciate the suggestions

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Sounds like a heater core leak to me.

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I don't know anything about SprayWay, but tennisshoes always knows what he is talking about. But I should have thought of what I use, RainX, works great inside and out. It's not a cleaner but more of a clear coat...but Tom is on to something

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